7 Amazing Non-Fiction Books for Children

If you’re on the lookout for some amazing non-fiction picture books for your older children, I’ve got the perfect recommendations for you guys. My kids adore these books and read them as bedtime stories often. They are full of information, details, and beautiful illustrations. From top to bottom, left to right: 1. “The Atlas of Monsters” by Sandra Lawrence explores Read More …

55 Ways to Keep Your Kids Learning, Growing, & Busy at Home during COVID-19

With schools and daycares being closed due to COVID-19 for the past couple weeks, I’ve been getting a lot of messages in regards to homeschooling and activities to keep the kids busy at home. Truth be told, I haven’t been on Instagram much because I’ve been taking the time to be more present with my kids. We have the opportunity Read More …

Our Homeschool Curriculum

Alot of you have asked whether I’ll be following the Ontario curriculum or if I’ve purchased another curriculum to follow so I’ll be addressing that in this post. Homeschooling can be simple and traditional in which children study exactly the same things at home as their peer counterparts do at their local school. Homeschooling can also be as extreme as Read More …